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        65 Creative and Easy Fall Craft Ideas That Celebrate All That Autumn Has to Offer

        Looks like you've got enough DIYs to last you all season long.

        fall craft ideas
        Mike Garten

        Your calendar may already be filling up with fun fall activities, but you should still make time to spend some weekends inside to put your DIY skills to work (especially when the inevitable fall chill hits). These creative fall craft ideas are a great place to start, whether you're looking for a rainy day activity to keep your kids busy or a simple, affordable way to add seasonal cheer to your home. Best of all: Each and every one of these DIY projects, which range in number of supplies needed and crafting ability, double as fall decorations that you can leave on display from Labor Day through Thanksgiving. Give your home a warm and cozy (and orange!) vibe with these ideas, complete with pumpkins, foliage, acorns, candy corn, and other autumnal favorites.

        You know what to do: Grab a mug of apple cider, round up a few of your family members (kids and adults alike), and enjoy a fall crafternoon. And while you're at it, start brainstorming craft ideas for Halloween and Thanksgiving because those holidays will be here before you know it.

        flower pumpkin decoupage
        Mike Garten
        1 of 65
        Pressed Flower Pumpkin

        Use a faux pumpkin so this lovely craft can last all season long. To make, paint a small area of Modge Podge on the pumpkin's surface, and using tweezers carefully place a pressed leaf or flower on top. Using a paint brush with a little Modge Podge, smooth out the petals of the flower/leaf. Let it dry completely and repeat all over the surface of the pumpkin. Once dry, paint another layer or two of Modge Podge on top of the flowers and leaves to seal. Let dry for several hours to fully cure.


        pinecone wreath
        Brian Woodcock for Country Living
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        Painted Pine Cone Wreath

        Once you collect enough pinecones from your backyard, get crafty with Mod Podge and glitter to make a shimmery statement. Your neighbors will be impressed.


        Get the tutorial at Country Living »

        Fall Crafts Pumpkin Vase
        Mike Garten
        3 of 65
        Pumpkin Pots

        Dress up your mantel, front stoop, or dining room table with these adorable flower arrangements. Carve out these minis just like normal, then cut the bottom of a water bottle, and drop it in to act as a vase. Fill them with ranunculuses, mums, and dahlias — your choice.

        RELATED: 70+ Easy No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Ideas

        Fall Crafts Dip Dye Candles
        Danielle Occhiogrosso Daly
        4 of 65
        Dip Dye Candles

        For a special Halloween glow, dip plain taper candles into a custom mixture of orange crayon shavings and melted candle wax. Just let them dry before you light 'em.


        RELATED: Easy and Spooky Halloween Decoration Ideas

        pom pom pumpkins
        A Kailo Chic Life
        5 of 65
        Pom Pom Pumpkins

        Since pumpkin carving is sometimes more trouble than it's worth, DIY these colorful yarn versions that'll last more than one season. Just keep them indoors on your mantel or dining room table, so they can stay in tip-top shape.

        Get the tutorial at A Kailo Chic Life »

        Fall Crafts Pumpkin Vase
        Mike Garten
        6 of 65
        Pumpkin Vase

        If you have any dinner parties on your horizon, use this floral-meets-fall centerpiece. To make, carve a deep hole in the top of a pumpkin, then slide in a plastic cup. Fill with water and a medley of bright blossoms.

        RELATED: Cute Painted Pumpkins for a Colorful Fall

        Fall Crafts Pumpkin Stress Balls
        Mike Garten
        7 of 65
        Pumpkin Stress Balls

        Fill orange balloons with rice and draw on faces with a black Sharpie to create stress-relieving pumpkins. Both kids and parents will benefit from a squeeze or two.


        pumpkin pie soap
        Club Crafted
        8 of 65
        Pumpkin Pie Soap

        Although this clever craft looks good enough to eat, stick to the edible variety if you want a sweet treat. This pie-shaped soap, however, will come in handy when it's time for everyone to wash up before the feast.


        Get the tutorial at Club Crafted »

        pumpkin jam jars
        Brian Woodcock for Country Living
        9 of 65
        Pumpkin Jam Jars

        Repurpose used jam jars into something that's equally delightful: After giving the jars a clean base, stamp them with red apples or orange pumpkins, and then add gingham fabric in complementary colors.

        Get the tutorial at Country Living »

        Fall Crafts Faux Apple Wreath
        Design Improvised
        10 of 65
        Faux Apple Wreath

        Celebrate the season's finest fruit — apples! — with this quick and easy DIY. It'll bring a final burst of color to your front door before black and orange inch their way in for Halloween.


        Get the tutorial at Design Improvised »

        Fall Crafts Pumpkin Vase
        Mike Garten
        11 of 65
        Polka Dot Pumpkin

        To ensure that you can enjoy this sparkly beauty all season long, glue gold sequins to a plastic white pumpkin instead of a real one.


        Fall Crafts Black Plants
        Danielle Occhiogrosso Daly
        12 of 65
        Black Plants

        Lean into the season's spook by painting artificial plants and their pots a rich black color.


        Fall Crafts - Hello Fall sign
        Flamingo Toes
        13 of 65
        "Hello Fall" Sign

        Welcome the season that gives us sweater weather, pumpkin spice lattes, and bounties of apples with this easy-to-make wooden sign.

        Get the tutorial at Flamingo Toes »

        fall crafts pumpkin mason jars
        The 36th Avenue
        14 of 65
        Pumpkin Mason Jars

        These pumpkin jars are cute and practical. It's a win-win situation, really.

        Get the tutorial at The 36th Avenue »

        fall crafts candy jar
        A Pumpkin and a Princess
        15 of 65
        Candy Jar

        Grab your favorite candy (candy corn, obviously) from this hand-painted jar whenever you need a pick-me-up.


        Get the tutorial at A Pumpkin and A Princess »

        fall crafts scarecrow pot
        Hobby Lobby
        16 of 65
        Scaredy Pot

        How cute is this little guy?! It also helps that he's so easy to make and will protect your house from unwanted critters.

        Get the tutorial at Hobby Lobby »

        fall crafts acorn art
        Happiness is Homemade
        17 of 65
        Acorn Art

        Make this wall art or shelf display even more unique by choosing acorns from your own backyard.

        Get the tutorial at Happiness is Homemade »

        back to school crafts crafts apple mason jar
        Tilly's Nest
        18 of 65
        Apple Pencil Cup

        Paint has the power to turn something ordinary into something unique — like this apple pencil holder your kids (or kid's teacher) will love.


        Get the tutorial at Tilly's Nest »

        Fall Crafts - Felt Candy Corn Garland
        Hey Let's Make Stuff
        19 of 65
        Felt Candy Corn Garland

        Steer clear of foliage and pumpkins with this sweet-as-can-be paper garland.

        Get the tutorial at Hey Let's Make Stuff »

        Fall Crafts Paper Leaf Cake Topper
        The House That Lars Built
        20 of 65
        Paper Leaf Cake Topper

        For an easy upgrade, decorate your spice cake with DIY foliage in the colors of your choice.

        Get the tutorial at The House That Lars Built »

        RELATED: The Best Fall Desserts You Can Make

        fall crafts pom pom wreath
        The Magic Onions
        21 of 65
        Pom-Pom Wreath

        Glue a bunch of felted balls or pom-poms in a circular shape for instant door decor. Choose fall colors that'll pop against your door, including red, orange, and yellow.

        Get the tutorial at The Magic Onions »

        Fall Crafts - Bedazzled Gourds
        Aunt Peaches
        22 of 65
        Bedazzled Gourds

        Blank gourds have serious start potential. Jazz yours up — real or fake — with rhinestones for a sparkly take on fall.


        Get the tutorial at Aunt Peaches »

        Fall Crafts Paper Roll Pumpkins
        Domestically Blissful
        23 of 65
        Glittery Pumpkins

        An empty toilet paper roll can skip the recycling bin and become a glittery, plump pumpkin instead.

        Get the tutorial at Domestically Blissful »

        Fall Crafts Leaf Garland
        Andrew McCaul
        24 of 65
        Leaf Garland

        Hang fabric scraps in harvest hues, cleverly cut in the shape of leaves for an instant mantle upgrade.

        Get the tutorial here »

        fall crafts colorful acorns
        Home Stories A to Z
        25 of 65
        Colorful Acorns

        Paint stray acorns fun colors and then cover in glitter for display-worthy shine. The rest is up to you: Sprinkle them throughout your tablescape, dot them along your mantle, or use them as vase filler.

        Get the tutorial at Home Stories A to Z »

        Fall Crafts Wine Cork Pumpkin
        A Little Tipsy
        26 of 65
        Wine Cork Pumpkin

        Put spare wine corks to use by gluing them together in a pumpkin-shape and decorating the ends with orange acrylic paint.

        Get the tutorial at A Little Tipsy »

        Fall Crafts Marbled Leaves
        Teaching with TLC
        27 of 65
        Marbled Leaves

        Print out leaf templates onto cardstock and dip them into a marbleized shaving cream concoction to make this kid-friendly craft.

        Get the tutorial at Teaching with TLC »

        Fall Crafts DIY Pumpkins
        Finding Home
        28 of 65
        Patterned Pumpkins

        Give the rustic look a contemporary twist by making pumpkins in a bevy of colors and patterns, everything from chevron to gingham.

        Get the tutorial at The 36th Avenue »

        Fall Wreaths - Leaf It There Wreath
        Michael Partenio
        29 of 65
        Leafy Wreath

        Snipped from patterned plaids and fuzzy felt, this wreath's faux foliage will look fresh year after year.

        Get the tutorial here »

        Thanksgiving Centerpieces - Cheese Graters Candle
        Andrew McCaul
        30 of 65
        Salvaged Centerpiece

        Say cheese — graters, that is. Salvaged shredders make a lovely table display with the illumination of votive candles twinkling through.

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